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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Respryn, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, PL22

Under Offer £675,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Private Entrance Drive
  • Attractive Residence
  • Agricultural Tie
  • Fine Gardens
  • Stable Yard & Sand School
  • Superb Building - c.4,200 sq ft
  • Adjoining Land
  • Total c.17.79 Acres (7.2 Has)

Full description

Individually & well situated with valley views to Lanhydrock & Restormel Castle. Entrance drive. Attractive residence. Agricultural tie. Fine gardens. Stable yard. Sand school. Superb building - c.4,200 sq ft. Adjoining Land. EPC Band F. 17.9 Acres.

Situation - Higher Bofarnel is individually situated in a countryside position with some superb views. The towns of Bodmin and Lostwithiel are each about 4 miles drive respectively and offer a range of shopping, banking and schooling facilities and amenities. Bodmin Parkway Station and a junction onto the A30(T) are each about 3 miles. To the north there are woodland bridleways offering direct riding out.

Description - The approach to Higher Bofarnel is via a stone pillared and electric wrought iron vehicular gateway which opens to a private driveway with attractive shrubberies, flowerbeds and trees either side including Pine, Ash, Maple, Beech, Chestnut, Sycamore and Walnut. The entrance driveway divides to a stable yard and the front of the house, where there are car parking and turning areas.
Higher Bofarnel House stands in a fine and commanding position with countryside and valley views to Lanhydrock and Restormel Castle. The accommodation is well-presented throughout and offers light and spacious accommodation, which has been extended by the current owners.
On the ground floor is an Enclosed Entrance Porch, fine Reception Hall with balustrade stairs to the first floor and under-stairs cupboard and doors off to a modern cloakroom with WC, washbasin and mirror fronted cupboard, the Kitchen and the Sitting and Dining Room.
The well equipped Kitchen includes a matching range of white base and eye-level kitchen units with polished granite worktops to splashback tiling, Belfast sink unit with mixer tap, oil fired Rayburn serving domestic hot water and central heating, integrated Bosch dishwasher, integrated fan-assisted oven and grill with 4-ring Halogen hob and extractor hood over, an island unit, tray recess and integrated wine rack. There is space for American style fridge freezer, slate tiled floor and double aspect with outlook to garden and good views towards Lanhydrock.
The Kitchen opens to the Living Room with slate tiled floor, double doors opening to outside seating areas and double aspect. There is a door off to a useful Rear Hall/Utility Room with sink, space for a fridge/freezer, plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer and access to a Study.

The Sitting and Dining Room is a superb spacious room with double aspect with four windows enjoying pleasant views and outlook to rear garden ceiling timbers and three radiators. This room boasts a central granite and stone raised island fireplace with inset wood-burner which radiates heat throughout the room. Archway through to an excellent half-moon spacious Conservatory.
On the first floor, off an L-shaped Landing, is a fine Master Bedroom with double aspect and excellent views with an en suite Shower Room, as well as two other Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom. All of the first floor rooms benefit from either superb countryside views or an outlook to the rear attractive gardens.

The Gardens - Immediately to the front of the house is a crazy paved raised terrace enjoying the superb views towards Lanhydrock with deep well stocked shrub and flowerbed borders which lead round to side and rear gardens.
To the rear of the house are delightful well-tended and spacious formal gardens with lawns interspersed with flower and shrubbery beds and with high tree borders. Aluminium framed Greenhouse and timber and bitumen felt Garden Sheds.

The Stable Yard - Facing into a central extensive Tarmac Yard are two rows of timber Stables with supported overhangs. Most of the stables are caged purpose built stables with doors with kickers, kicking boards, drinker points, hay rings and lighting. There are eight stables ranging from about 13'6 x 10' to about 12'6 x 10' and a foaling box about 17'2 x 11'3. Feed room 13'6 x 6'. Separate Tack Room/General Storage Building 19' x 15'3 with lighting, telephone point and power points.

The Sand School - Just to the east of The Stable Yard is an excellent post and rail boarded Sand School about 36 x 24m.

The Modern Agricultural Barn And Lean-To - An excellent clear span portal frame building about 40' x 60' and Lean-to about 60' x 30'. In the main agricultural machinery barn, there is a concrete floor throughout, inspection pit, single phase electricity, electric lighting, WC, high eaves, sliding high double metal vehicular access doors, skylights and four kW solar panels which are linked into the electrics across the whole property.
The Lean-to is steel framed with timber walls under a corrugated fibre cement roof with skylights. Enclosed building with high open vehicular access.

The Land - The land with Higher Bofarnel is all down to pasture which lies to the west, south and east of the house and buildings and is divided into a number of well managed fields. In total, Higher Bofarnel extends to about 17.79 Acres (7.20 Hectares).

Agricultural Occupancy Condition - The house is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition. A copy of the relevant wording for the Agricultural Occupancy Condition is available from Stags Truro office on request.

Viewing - Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags Truro office on 01872 264488

Directions - From Bodmin take the A38 towards Liskeard. Drive over the A30 (T) and take the turning to the right towards Lanhydrock onto the B3268. Drive for about 1 mile and turn left towards Respryn signposted 1 mile. Drive through the woods and down into the valley. At the bottom of the valley continue straight on over the bridges. Bear to the left and drive up the hill and the entrance will be found on the right hand side after about 1 mile.

Services - Private bore hole water supply. Mains electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Double glazed. TV and telephone points.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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08 October 2016


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